Beyle would have endorsed these sentiments; Mrime was kept from doing so by his antipathy to generalisation.
In other words the isolated facts are built up into a generalisation.
A lofty power of generalisation, both in speculative views and in his argumentative process.
We have, then, added a third term to our generalisation about art.
It thus leads to problems of abstraction and generalisation and to his whole theory of what he calls the 'intellectual states.'
He had neither 'sentiment, imagination, nor generalisation.'
A generalisation of this remark gives us the first axioms of all government.
My own experience, however, fails to support this generalisation.
A painfully acquired mistrust of generalisation prevents me from saying that this is the Mahometan point of view.
But yet there is a broad margin of experience for which the generalisation is incorrect.